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costs and effectiveness of nurse practitioners

Lauren LeRoy

costs and effectiveness of nurse practitioners

by Lauren LeRoy

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Published by Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nurse practitioners -- United States -- Cost effectiveness,
  • Medical technology -- Cost effectiveness,
  • Medical instruments and apparatus -- Cost effectiveness

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLauren LeRoy ; with the assistance of Sharon Solkowitz
    SeriesThe implications of cost-effectiveness analysis of medical technology -- case study #16
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 37 p. ;
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13604070M

    The direct costs per hour of patient contact was £ for doctors, £ for extended scope physiotherapists and £ for emergency nurse practitioners it is the indirect costs that extended the average cost in each group, namely planned follow up, travel costs Cited by: pand the role of nurse practitioners in many more areas of the country, and to allow them to provide a wider range of preventive and acute health care services (Health Policy Brief, ). There are also considerations at the federal level that bear on NPs costs and effectiveness of nurse.

    Nurse Practitioner Cost-Effectiveness Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are a proven response to the evolving trend towards wellness and preventive health care driven by consumer demand. A solid body of evidence demonstrates that NPs have consistently proven to be cost-effective providers of . The (Cost-)Effectiveness of Nurse Practitioners Working at the Primary Out of Hours Emergency Service The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.

    Nurse Practitioners that total labor costs were lowest in practices where NPs and PAs were used to a greater extent (Roblin et al., ). Cost of Care Provided by Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) EVIDENCE BRIEF • MA nursing research network. carthage-publicite.com Nurse practitioners as an underutilized resource for health reform by changing regulations and policies that only reimburse higher cost health professionals for services provided at least as well for less money by nurse practitioners as licensed independent health practitioners. Key Cited by:


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Costs and effectiveness of nurse practitioners by Lauren LeRoy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Jun 08,  · Overall, the literature on the cost-effectiveness of nurse practitioners is limited with respect to quantity and quality. It is remarkable that only 11 trials have been conducted that evaluate health systems outcomes of nurse-practitioner-provided care and only 7 measured costs and of these, only 4 assessed costs and outcomes carthage-publicite.com by: The Costs and Effectiveness of Nurse Practitioners Lauren LeRoy, C.

Phil. Senior Research Associate with the assistance of: Sharon Solkowitz, B.S. Health Policy Intern Health Policy Program University of California, San Francisco INTRODUCTION Definition of Terms The concept of using nonphysician health professionals to perform basic medical.

Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Cost-Effectiveness of Nurse Practitioners Abstract The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is motivated by the imperative to reduce the continuous growth in healthcare spending, as the rapid rise in healthcare spending has become a threat to the economic future of the United carthage-publicite.com: Lucia Huang.

Cost-effectiveness analysis from payer, societal, and hospital and employer stakeholder perspectives supports the substitution of nurse practitioners for physicians in their overlapping scopes of Author: Lucia Huang.

Nurse Practitioner Cost-Effectiveness (American Association of Nurse Practitioners, ) Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are a proven response to the evolving trend towards wellness and preventive health care driven by consumer demand. A solid body of evidence demonstrates that NPs have consistently proven to be cost-effective providers of high-quality care for almost 50 years.

Sep 01,  · 1. Introduction. Nurse practitioners (NPs) and clinical nurse specialists (CNSs) have practiced for over 50 years in the United States, followed closely by Canada and the United Kingdom, and the roles are increasingly being implemented in other countries [].The quest for improved quality of care and control of healthcare costs are important drivers in the decision to implement these carthage-publicite.com by: Jul 25,  · Nurse practitioners have the potential to lower costs by assuming provider roles within the healthcare workforce to deliver care of equal or better quality at lower costs than comparable services by other providers.

The published literature was reviewed to assess the cost-effectiveness of care provided by nurse practitioners as compared to Author: Lucia Huang. Background. Improved quality of care and control of healthcare costs are important factors influencing decisions to implement nurse practitioner (NP) and clinical nurse specialist (CNS) roles.

Objective. To assess the quality of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating NP and CNS cost-effectiveness (defined broadly to also include studies measuring health resource utilization). Jun 01,  · Conclusions Nurse practitioners in alternative provider ambulatory primary care roles have equivalent or better patient outcomes than comparators and are potentially cost-saving.

Evidence for their cost-effectiveness in alternative provider specialised ambulatory care Cited by: An overall goal is to improve the quality of care, while containing costs. Nurse practitioners (NP) provide quality care for hospital patients in a cost-effective manner. They improve the cost effectiveness of care both in terms of decreasing direct health-care costs, as well as in avoiding adverse outcomes and complications.

Get more details. In their report titled Nurse Practitioner Cost-Effectiveness, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners describes the impact of nurse practitioners on managed care organizations.

For example, nurse practitioners in Tennessee's managed care organization provided care at 23 percent lower costs than physicians, resulting in a 21 percent. The Costs and Effectiveness of Nurse Practitioners (), by Lauren LeRoy and Sharon Solkowitz (PDF files at Princeton) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

Filed under: Nurse practitioners -- United States. Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Certified Nurse-Midwives: A Policy Analysis (OTA-HCS; ), by. The use of nurse practitioners and other non-physician health care professionals is a cost-effective means of providing health care services.

Since NPs, PAs, CNMs and others provide services comparable to physicians, their use in ambulatory care settings can also significantly increase the availability and accessibility to health care services, especially to low-income individuals and those. Cost-Effectiveness of Nurse Practitioner/Community Health Worker Care to Reduce Cardiovascular Health Disparities The following is a synopsis of “Cost-Effectiveness of Nurse Practitioner/Community.

Health Worker Care to Reduce Cardiovascular Health Disparities,” published online ahead. of. A Systematic Review of the Cost-Effectiveness of Clinical Nurse Specialists and Nurse Practitioners in Inpatient Roles Kilpatrick, K., M.

Lavoie-Trembla y, L. Lamothe, J.A. Ritchie and D. Doran. Oct 24,  · Cost-Effectiveness of Nurse Practitioners in Primary and Specialised Ambulatory Care: Systematic Review. Martin-Misener R, Harbman P, Donald F, et al. Where Your Nurse Practitioner (NP) Community Stands on the Issues You instinctively advocate for your patients, but legislative and political advocacy is no less important to advancing your role as an NP and ensuring excellence in patient care.

Position statements are designed to guide and amplify. The cost of a 1-month supply of each drug was determined from the Drug Topics Red Book average This provider cost was added to the mean total cost of drugs and laboratory testing to determine the mean total costs per patient.

Cost-effectiveness was Nurse practitioners and community health workers are underused resources who should. Oct 10,  · We need to be thinking about cost-effective care and how we can provide it on a long-term scale.

The low-hanging fruit (things we do) is typically used as markers of quality and standards of care. COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF THE NURSE PRACTITIONER ROLE • When interpreting data, it is important to remember that the nurse practitioner role is grounded in the nursing profession’s values, knowledge, theories and practice, and it is a role that complements, rather .Dec 01,  · Presents a letter to the editor regarding the cost effectiveness of nurse practitioners.

Neonatal nurse practitioners provide quality, cost-effective care. Geiss, Donna M.; Cavaliere, Terri A. // Pediatric Annals;Sep, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p Loretta Ford, the pioneer of nurse practitioners, was the recipient of the Crystal Trailblazer Award.the care of less complex patients to (supervised) nurse practitioners; one physician advocacy group has estimated that “nurse practitioners and physician assistants are capable of providing 70% or more of the care required for adults and 90% in pediatrics.” According to J.K.

Iglehart.